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"He who casts the first stone"
There is much said about racial vilification and the need for tolerance. This article asks the tough question: who cast the first stone when it comes to racial tension?
The age of persecution – inquisition, witch hunts and crusades
Inquisitions had existed before but had never been taken to the magnitude of the medieval inquisition sanctioned by the Popes against the Cathars. This compelling article reveals the outplay of a torturous crusade against humanity and the Ageless Wisdom.
Freedom of religion – a token gesture?
Do we really have freedom of religion when we use religion to separate, divide, go to war and commit acts of hatred in the name of God – as such is freedom of religion nothing more than a token gesture?
The hand of God
There are many that claim to represent God on earth, but in a world where actions speak louder than words, what action do we see?
Freedom of religion, it's no crime: 21st century persecution
The ageless wisdom has historically been targeted by hatred, jealousy and persecution. This article outlines the 21st century model of the all too familiar witch hunts and pogroms that litter our historical landscape.
Do we have true religious freedom in this country - our right to practise freely the religion of our choice without hindrance? What is it that threatens this, our fundamental right?
Science facing its own terra nullius realisation
The declaration of Terra nullius was a stunning display of arrogance, effectively ignoring an entire country of people. Science is facing the fact that it has declared a form of terra nullius itself.
Popularity versus Truth
From very young we sense there is a choice – to be ‘popular’, be rewarded, accepted and be part of human life, or to hold the truth of who we are and the love that we come from.
Cyber-bullying – A crime that affects everyone
This article explores the deep rooted causes of cyber bullying and looks at ways to bring about a shift in the apathy that exists around this extremely important topic
The Merchant of Venice and the ancient grudge
Is The Merchant of Venice ‘the most scandalously problematic of Shakespeare’s plays’, or a powerful, comical, vivacious, colourful expose of the turbulent state of division in which humanity still chooses to live to this current day?
The burden of ideals and beliefs and 'coming out' gay
How do you live free of the burden of all ideals and beliefs if you’re coming to the truth of your sexuality?
Religious un-freedom – the failure to protect human rights in Australia
Do we have religious freedom in the democratic and freedom loving nation of Australia?
The Cathars – who were they? Far from being an errant branch of Christianity, the Cathars represented the true, Universal, one religion, which has been represented by every world teacher and true master throughout the ages.